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Raven, a leading provider of data contextualization software for frontline operations, announced the successful completion of its Series A funding round, raising $12 million USD ($16M CAD) in equity financing. The round was led by Momenta Ventures and Chartline Capital

Industrial organizations are facing a new challenge as they generate more data than ever before. With the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0, these organizations are looking to institute AI and analytic applications to transform their

The shift towards zero trust in industrial control systems (ICS) is driven by the increasing complexity and interconnectedness of these systems, as well as the growing threat of cyber attacks on critical infrastructure. Historically, trust has been assumed in ICS,

Digital transformation is a growing trend in the manufacturing and supply chain industries, driven by the need for increased efficiency and cost reduction. The global supply chain software market is expected to reach over $200 billion by 2027. Companies are

Welcome to the second month of 2023! February may be the shortest month of the year, but it doesn’t mean we are short on events. This month, we’ve curated the list, with the timeline of major events happening in February 2023

Most warehouses today are simultaneously facing supply chain issues, staffing shortages and critical safety concerns, with each problem linked inextricably to the next. As supply chain chaos has created order backlogs and demand surges, workers have been pushed beyond their

Supply chain disruptions, shortages, rising energy prices, and inflation have increased costs for almost every industry, manufacturing included. On top of that, skilled labor is difficult to find, and rising quickly in cost as a result. The good news is that

Industrial control systems are often insecure by design, and operational technology (OT) environments are particularly vulnerable to cyberattacks. The increased connectivity between industrial and corporate networks, as well as the need for remote access for employees and third-party suppliers, only

A large manufacturer produces hundreds of parts for an industrial distributor of multiple vehicle types. Challenges Throughout the plant, automated robotic welding systems are utilized. The motor supplying wire feed to the welding gun often wears. Irregular wire feeding causes the